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  • How to Ease Hip Pain in Elderly Adults About 50% of seniors say they have hip or knee pain, which can be quite debilitating. Luckily, there are ways to properly treat this pain. In this post, we will review how to ease hip pain in the elderly, including exercises for hip pain for seniors. Causes of Hip Pain in ... Continue Reading
  • Sciatica Stretches for Elderly Adults What is Sciatica? Sciatica in elderly people is a condition that causes extreme pain and discomfort. Sciatica is described as a pain that travels along the path of the sciatic nerve from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down one or both legs. Muscles and ... Continue Reading
  • Foot and Hand Cramps in Elderly Adults Foot and hand cramps are one of those “issues” that become more common in the elderly. They are more prevalent in women (of course, because there aren’t enough fun things about aging for women) and though typically brief they can be extremely painful and uncomfortable. ... Continue Reading
  • Pain Management in Elderly Adults Many seniors and elderly adults believe that experiencing chronic pain is a natural part of aging. Luckily, this is not the case. While pain management for seniors can be trickier than grabbing some Tylenol at your local drug store, there are options that can offer relief. ... Continue Reading
  • Shoulder and Upper Back Pain in Elderly Adults As you age, it may seem like you have aches and pains in all sorts of places, but shoulder and upper back pain in elderly adults are two of the most common complains when it comes to pain. The good news is that there is treatment that can help. What Causes Shoulder and Upper ... Continue Reading
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